Fifi and Edwin are a couple that has been in the lifestyle for over 10 years. They have a webcam website (fifiandfriends.com) where they offer pictorials and cam shows for paid members. They also have loads of movies that were shot with consensual swinger couples. We have actually never played with Fifi and Edwin but we know a lot of the same people and play at some of the same places.
They are open about their lifestyle on the web and even host swinger “orientation” classes at Caliente resort and Eyz Wide Shut. Although nothing like experience can prepare you for the lifestyle, being able to ask questions from people that have probably been there/done that is very reassuring. So many people are curious and just want a peek at what it is we do, why we do it, and how we meet new people. Most swingers are friendly, social people. Fifi and Edwin are picture perfect typical swingers. They enjoy a healthy balance of work and play and have found a way to share their love of the lifestyle with others. Miguel and I don’t get out as much as these two, but in all fairness they don’t have kids living at home anymore like we do. They have nine children between them. So the fact that they even made it out of the house…like ever, gives me hope that this too shall pass.
We are seeking committed couples who like to dance, touch & play. Couples who take care of their selves, are in love with each other, love to create their own fun but lead a balanced life always spark our interest. We are also looking for couples to join us in our private weekend adventures as we explore taking pics together and looking for that special couple for our first video together. We are an educated, happily married, no pressure couple that loves to dance and live in the moment. We have a positive outlook on life; we are easy to get along with, and great fun to be around and party with! Look for FifiandFriends on FaceBook and MILFifi on Twitter and YouTube.
How did the two of you get into the lifestyle? Whose idea was it?
I (Fifi) have been a swinger since age 27, so it was my idea. As I would listen to my wonderful husband (Edwin) discuss different affairs that he had in his previous marriage, he will tell me different stories and places he had been, how he felt about it, etc. So, it just stayed in my mind after we got married. A few months later, I brought it up again and it was just a conversation, not that I felt Edwin was going to have an affair behind my back or anything but it was something that played on his mind – why he did things, so it became a discussion on many occasions and I finally said to Edwin…”I think I can solve this – you need to be a swinger” . From there it took off, we were married in September 2000 and we started swinging together every weekend since the old Pleasure Palace (PP now Eyz Wide Shut) opened its doors in December of 2000; when there were 5 owners and we got to know several Sams and of course Andrew & Susan too!
What was your first swinging experience like?
It was a full swap mind blowing re-memorable (played over and over again) experience at Pleasure Palace. There were two beds in the same room and the more experienced couple invited us over to share their bed. I (Edwin) asked Fifi first, “what would you like to do”, her reply was “if we go, we can never go back”, and my reply was “Let’s Go!” Now here it is twelve years later and this year (2012) we started teaching lifestyle101 classes at EWS, Caliente and via our private adventure website as part of the Adult Seminar network. These classes are for new couples who are interested in getting involved in a lifestyle, where the possibility exists.
How do you meet new people?
We meet folks every day on the internet and every week at various lifestyle clubs, nudist resorts (Caliente), private parties, and on many many lifestyle vacations (Hedo-Jamaica , Caribe-DR, Cruises, etc) every year. Our circle of quality friendships has grown over the years. We also have a very simple and fun adult business where we help other couples learn how to Pay for their Play time and more important Fund their weekly private adventure FUN times together. We just returned from a Lifestyle Cruise on the Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas, along with 1800+ other couples. We will never ever be the same again! Since we believe, the mind should work like a parachute (it works best when open) going forward we will only vacation with other lifestyle (open minded couples) folks. We are organizing a new FifiandFriends lifestyle vacation (Dream Pleasure Tours) starting in 2013 and we plan to continue this tradition every year.
Does anyone in your family know you swing? Do your co-workers know? Has anyone ever tried to talk you out of your lifestyle?
Edwin’s family all know about our lifestyle choices and some of my family does too. We use to be very open with family and close friends but now we try harder to be more discrete on what we are doing or where we are going. Most Monday mornings at the gym, when folks ask us how our weekend was, we simply reply with…”our weekend, you want to know how our weekend was? Well take your best birthday weekend and multiple by ten that was our weekend, how was your weekend?” Our standard reply to most non-lifestyle folks is that “we are both very happy and more in love today than yesterday.”
What was your most memorable swing experience? Sexiest experience or most horrific hook-up?
Driving to South Florida for private penthouse parties and realizing on the way home, we never made it to the dance floor? Since we have been swinging together every weekend since December 2000, we have a very long list of memories that will last a lifetime. We share most of private adventures during our weekly webcam shows from our private members-only web site (www.FifiandFriends.com)
Any pet peeves in the lifestyle? (things that are a major turn off/red flag for you two)
Our fantasy is that everyone knew just how awesome this lifestyle can be especially when exploring with your best friend and lover too. Therefore, we always approach an encounter or evening out with one simple rule, to have a good time together no matter dynamics are in play. We never ever try to over analyze this lifestyle; if it flows we go and if not, we simply move on.
Your advice to a couple(or single) new to the lifestyle?
We all have regular real life jobs, families and various demands on our time so this lifestyle should be about FUN not work. Do your best to flee from drama (other people’s problems) and if it is work, why do it…make your own sunshine and make if FifiFUN!
I am always curious about the couples I meet and would love to give them a chance to share some of their stories here. I am going to be featuring a new established couple on each post. If you are interested in being a part of this Q & A just contact me and let me know.